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[Study with Daily Busan] Have a row

Have a row

"Have a row"

What does "Have a row" mean?

It is a British English expression that refers to having a dispute, argument, or fight.

In Korean, it means "다툼/논쟁을 하다".

Here's a refined example sentence:

"I had a row with my friend last night"

From. Jeon Yeogeum

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